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21st May 2017, 3:44 AM #1
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That was a cute comic. I'm hardly the best expert on hygiene, but at least I get my own choices of shampoo. Quite awkward.

And in Wyrecats, a little bit of happiness and romance
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21st May 2017, 2:11 AM #2
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21st May 2017, 1:26 AM #3
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Do you have a picture or decription of her most human appearance? Does she have soft skin or more a kind of robot body?



First picture up. Ariane promised Mercy to show a magic trick if she would not look, and she agreed. When Mercy opened her eyes, all of the expensive Pieper-Heidsick she just bought had magically disappeared from it's bottle. She wasn't very impressed, least to say.
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This is awesome on so many levels.

As for Mela's most "human" body, it would have to be this;

http://wyrecats.thecomicseries.com/comics/37/

She's largely hard to the touch but can manipulate her density and outward temperature.
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20th May 2017, 12:38 AM #4
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Stilldown:Just for clarification - I think she would be able to take off the armor and has a "normal" human body below?


Yes and no, her human body died and her brain was "backed up" to her armor. She could shapeshift herself to a more human-looking form though.
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19th May 2017, 12:21 AM #5
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Name: Melanie "Mela" Sanchez
Age: 23 or 5 (depending on how you interpret her existence)
Height: Armored form 6' 9" by default, flexible due to shape-changing nanomachine structure
Orientation: Asexual but interested in experimentation, mostly from a scientific perspective
Accepted Partners; Any and all
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16th May 2017, 10:17 PM #6
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"Your anguish sustains me, human peasant"
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15th May 2017, 3:37 AM #7
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The best person to ask is yourself, why YOU believe people SHOULD want to read your comic. Confidence in what you're selling, even if you have to fake it (as I often do), is key.
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15th May 2017, 2:27 AM #8
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Xerocorpse Boomer:Love the artistic style and color! My comic is most red black white and grey. Finally finished part 1 of a 4 part issue :)
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7 Souls of Cherry Hill

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Well, that's adorable, disturbing, gory, and stylish. All in one image. Looking forward to catching up on this.

And a lot of guest stars in this week's Wyrecats;
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15th May 2017, 1:02 AM #9
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12th May 2017, 5:42 AM #10
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When I was a teenager I managed to go to ComiCon a few times (back when it was much smaller and about, y'know, comics). I met several of my creative heroes, including Kurt Busiek, Grant Morrison, Scott McCloud, and others. For most of them I just nodded and smiled, not speaking out of fear of embarrassing my dumb ass. With Busiek I made a joke about a lingering sub-plot in his Avengers that everyone was bitching about, but I don't think it landed. He was still kind enough to sign my Astro City: Tarnished Angel trade.

When I was in my twenties I lived in Los Angeles and got to meet a few creators here and there, mostly through Meltdown Comics. I talked to Sam Humphries when he was still working at the store, before he became the Green Lanterns writer. I also got to see Kevin Eastman (who set up an office in the store window, working while people gawked at him like a Turtle-drawing zoo animal), Damon Lindelof of LOST fame, and Emma Caulfield (who played Anya on Buffy). As for big "celebrities", not so much, though I did see Mel Gibson walking by me on the street. Not that it matters, anti-semetic bastard.

In my thirties I hope to become one of those creators, so that I can actually speak to them with confidence and authority.
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10th May 2017, 9:13 PM #11
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...just taking time to wonder why pop culture and the creative community online are so inundated by fan fiction that we have to specify that our characters are "Original Characters". Theoretically, the idea of a cartoonist doing OCs would go without saying.
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8th May 2017, 3:03 AM #12
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Depends on how often the character themselves would experiment with their look. Since I do comics about teen genius superheroes in armor, new "models" are and will continue to be a regular thing.
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7th May 2017, 12:43 AM #13
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The fact that this is even a question anyone would pose proves the gender inequity in this country, since it wouldn't be a question the other way around because that's the "default"
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6th May 2017, 11:01 PM #14
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Wednesday's one is a really striking page, an impressive use of contrast and space. This Gilgamesh is an impressive design and menacing figure. I enjoy reading NexGen and support any autistic armored heroes.

Speaking of autistic armored heroes, in the latest Wyrecats, the truth keeps hurting...
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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D. Such a marvelous RPG. I hate Nintendo for not making this game widely available in the states the first time, and hate myself for not playing it when it was on Wii. This redeems us both, and since it's portable, any time can be Reyn time.
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This is a beautiful comic and very cute. Ghost kitty is the most adorable thing ever.

In this week's Wyrecats, the hits keep on coming;
http://wyrecats.thecomicseries.com/comics/49/
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30th Apr 2017, 3:11 AM #18
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29th Apr 2017, 5:01 AM #19
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kyrtuck:Yeah, Storm's mowhawk was cool. Much cooler than this huge parade of bad BDSM outfits she and Calypso were wearing, in some mini series about them having gladitorial fights...I don't remember what it was called.


X-Treme X-Men: The Arena. Also where Callisto got tentacle arms for some reason I don't want to know
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29th Apr 2017, 1:48 AM #20
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How the hell did I miss this?! Interjecting because my own comic is all about superhero armor...

What are your thoughts on superhero costumes in general?


They're a visual statement with limitless potential for expression. How they dress in their "super" selves is the entire point, using a mask to become something greater than oneself.


Do you think the look and those inspired by it hold up?


Depends on the look; just because I love superhero costumes doesn't mean I love tights. The old spandex costumes were designed mainly as a way for artists to save time by just drawing an effectively naked figure. If you're going to do a costume, DO A COSTUME. Instead of just drawing Iron Man as a guy in shiny tights with a B-Movie robot mask, draw him like he's wearing a fighter jet, with all sorts of mechanical detail. Instead of drawing Wolverine in yellow tights with a sawed-off Mickey Mouse hat, give him a jacket, dog tags, a cowboy hat, and whatever other things you need to establish that he's the Wolverine. Costumes shouldn't be limited to old Golden and Silver Age tropes.

What are your thoughts on spandex? Is it better for some reason than a sturdier material like, say. leather? (X-Men)


In Ruby Nation my characters already had powers, so they wore not Spandex but Kevlar for added protection, with a bit of color on each over a black base (at least when I drew them in color). In Wyrecats they all wear armor made from extremely advanced nanomaterials.

Do you agree with Edna Mode from The Incredibles about capes?


Not after playing the Arkham games and using Batman's amazing cape-fu.
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